The Czech name for the former German town of Pfraumberg is Přimda
and you have to copy this name with the diacrits into the
Czech records. You will be able to find the church baptismal, wedding and death records
under the Czech name here:
Click on it, if it does not open you may have to copy and paste this link into your
browser. Scroll down, and you will see several registers available by year for that
town. I hope you will be successful finding your family name there and perhaps the
baptismal entry of your original ancestor who came to America.
It may be required that you register. They have an English website with explanations
You can also search here:
I am very happy to see others extending a helping hand to you, Tom, as the ranks
of us old timers are diminishing fast every year.
While my eye sight is getting poor, I am still hanging in there, still able to
drive and take care for myself in my home and taking daily walks on the beach. I will soon
be celebrating my 90th birthday. I thank all of you for the kind notes your are sending
me so often, altthough it is not possible for me to reply to every one.
Merry Christmas to all.of you and I can see you have made great strides in your
own research. Good hunting for information oin the new year 2019..